Tottenham have opened talks with Jerome Boateng who is set to leave Bayern Munich and club make complaint to Twitter regarding yet more anti- Semitic abuse
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News broke last week that Jerome Boateng is set to leave Bayern Munich this summer, in a mutual decision, bringing the curtain down on a magnificent decade in Bavaria.
He was won over 20 trophies and was part of the side that has twice won a league, cup and Champions League treble. He was also a part of the Germany team that won the World Cup in 2014 in Brazil.
Jerome Boateng will leave Bayern Munich as a free agent in the summer after a decade at the club,
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 8, 2021
Sky Sports Germany have confirmed that talks between Tottenham and the player have already taken place and that a return to the Premier League may be incoming.
Boateng spent a season at Manchester City back in 2011 in which he made over 20 appearances for the club, before returning to the Bundesliga with Munich.
LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 05: Daniel Levy, Chairman of Tottenham Hotspurs looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton at White Hart Lane on October 5, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)
It seems that there isn’t a single day that passes without there being a call for social media to do more against racism and discrimination and abuse of any kind, and today seems to be no different.
Tottenham has made a complaint to Twitter following more ant-Semetic abuse laid at the club and specifically it’s Chairman Daniel Levy.
We have reported this anti-Semitic post to Twitter and the police. Disappointing that the tweet has yet to be deleted. @Twitter needs to take immediate action against racists continuing to post abuse. Our internal review into a best course of action moving forward is under way.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 12, 2021
It is obvious that everyone wants to see an end to these stories and for the platforms to do more to prevent abuse of any kind. It seems that Football as a whole is starting to consider it’s options with regards to the continued lack of assistance from the platforms and there is likely to be more stories on this in the very near future.